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-          CAKE STAND: For the cake stand, I purchased a sheet of 24x24†plexiglass and held it up with 9 round “candle holders†which we filled with clear crystals and put blue lights in them. This looked AWESOME at night (our reception was dark).  I also brought the candle holders from home (which I purchased as 14oz polycarbonate tumblers)…they are plastic so they travel easily. I purchased them from simplysmartliving.com for $4 ea, will sell for $3/ea + shipping (I have 9 of them).


-          CAKE JEWELRY: I was (still am) in love with my cake jewelry. I had the resort design a simple cake and then bling it up with these special touches. That way, you spend less on the cake and more on the décor….that you get back and can either re-use or sell, of course!  I purchased mine for $140 for the set…asking for $100 for the set obo + shipping (serious offers only please) http://www.bestbridalprices.com/bel-aire-bridal-cake-jewelry-c4008-p-21988.html?keyword=cake+jewelry


-          CAKE BOXES: I saw this idea and stole it from someone on here. This was definitely one of the smartest things we did. Most people donâ€t eat the cake at the wedding (who knows why) and this way people can take one back to their room with them (or home) and eat it either late night (munchies) or the next day. We purchased stickers that said had our name and wedding date on them and put it on them to sit out. The boxes are white 4x4x2 ½†with window a window. I have 77 of these left (no stickers on them). I will sell for $0.30 each or $20 for all of them + shipping.


**Private message me if you are interested in purchasing either the 9 plastic glasses/candle holders, the cake jewelry or the cake boxes! I will post when they are all sold.




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